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This page outlines the topics taught in each term through Key Stage 3 (years 7 to 9), along with an overview of how assessments will take place.

 

Year 7

 

Autumn Term

The development of Church, state and society in Medieval Britain 1066-1509. Including: The Norman Conquest, The Importance of Religion and The Crusades.

 

Spring Term

Society, economy and culture during the Middle Ages. Including: The Black Death, Life in a Town and a Village, Crime and Punishment and The Peasants Revolt.

 

Summer Term

The Impact of The Roman Empire on Britain.

 

At the end of the year a gradewill be awarded based on the assessment tasks that have been completed.During the year, pupils will be assessed in 8 key historical skills throughout the year, at least one every six lessons. All tasks are linked to the skills needed in the subject at key stage 4 and 5. A GCSE grade is given to each piece of work as well as detailed, written feedback.

 

 

To view photos of some of the castles produced by year 7 watch the video below.


Year 8

In year 8 pupils study events, monarchs and ordinary people in England between 1500 – 1750. A selection of the topics covered is highlighted below:

  • The Tudor Monarchs
  • The Stuarts
  • The Civil War
  • The Great Fire of London
  • Spanish Armada
  • Tudor and Stuart Life
 

Year 9

In year 9 pupils study a series of units of work which span the years 1750 - 1945. These units are listed below:

  • Jack the Ripper
  • Industrial Revolution
  • The Holocaust
  • The Sinking of The Titanic
  • WW1
  • Kidderminster 1750 - 1850 (Local Study)
  • Slavery
  • WW2

Within each year group, pupils complete regular assessments that are focused on a key skill from GCSE. In line with whole-school policy, pupils will be set one piece of homework every other week. Homework tasks may include a number of activities, including research, preparing presentations, revision and written work. When work is marked by the teacher, a clear target for improvement is given along with a positive comment.

 

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